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on georgia on the democrat line. >> caller: yes, there has been a lot said since i've been on the phone but i think this guy just wants to make money from his books. and that's okay and that's his job to make money on his books but everyone is still talking about the red mind and hillary hasn't even decided to even run yet. we don't know what obama is going to do as far supporting hillary. >> guest: i hope you have an opportunity to read my book "blood feud" the clintons vs. the obamas because this book documents chapter after chapter, the family fight that's going on in the democratic party between these two great families. it is not only i but many of my sources and many of the sources of other publications who have documented this growing feud and i think as we go beyond the 2014 midterm elections and start getting really involved in the presidential campaign which will happen after november, you will see a widening rift between these two wings of the party represented by obama on the left and the clintons on the centerleft. >> host: mr. klein raj are on twitter says was electing hillary o
vanished in march of 2012. authorities charged ang lean georgia ya torrez with the murder even though lamar's body has not been found. the search for her still continues. sergio quintana is live in morgan hill where he spoke with the family today. sergio? >> i talked with sierra's mother who tells me she has recently been contacted by san jose sharks player, seeing if he can help encourage sharks fans to come out and join these ongoing saturday searches. the organizers here at the search center are trying to keep hope alive even as these recently releaseed transcripts of the grand jury proceedings detail the graphic evidence prosecutors presented against lamar's accused killer. day after the release of the transcripts in the case of missing 15-year-old sierra lamar, her father says it's tough to hear about the graphic evidence. >> it's upsetting, and not the kind of thing want to read about what possibly happened to my daughter. >> the 1900 page transcript lays out a case against garcia torres based on dna and forensic evidence. her clothes had fabric finers from the interior of his volkswa
are in atlanta, georgia, in the ebenezer baptist church where a father and son are the co-pastors. >> frankly, as others have said, i don't know what the future holds but i know who holds the future. this is our hope. this is that something that keeps us going. >> martin luther king was immensely frustrated by the end of the 1950s because he had become famous, he's preaching all over the country, he knows that's his gift. but he says, people cry at my sermons, and the next morning it's still segregated. >> martin king called about 50 ministers from across the south to start a non-violent movement. the understanding of teaching non-violence was clear, but there wasn't anybody that could teach it like jim lawson. >> james lawson has been to india and comes back with this storehouse of gandhiian tactics. >> martin king said come to nashville now, we need you now. so i went to nashville and organized other people. >> now tonight we have a most important business to try to accomplish, and that is to try to have one major role-playing experience, which sort of tries to set the stage for an actual d
, tollhouse. ,t the corner of georgia avenue that was the fullest extent of the confederate forces on the 12 tooon of july 11 and capture washington, changing the course of the war and the course of us today. quite frankly. have eroded. we don't know where lincoln stood. i think he stood all over the place. he never stood still. down, he was was at fort stevens. but we really don't know for sure, despite the lovely stone out there. the veterans remembered seeing him there. i am 75 years of age, i remember it differently than when i was fighting, or something like that at 20, 18. so who knows? been mistaken that they wanted to mark that spot and they got the stone and brought it up there and put the bar relief on there and that is their monument. tot is their monument lincoln under enemy fire. we don't know that the justice of the supreme court really uttered one of those words, gets that damn fool down. five or sixsuggest other people, veterans and the owner of the property also shouted get that fold down dow -- did that fool down. he told him he could not protect him. mr. president, i can't
. >> great. thank you. >>> the latest polls have him trailing jack kingston by double digits in georgia. businessman and now candidate, david purdue tells us how he will close the gap and become the republican senate nominee. >>> my next guest launching a statewide bus tour tomorrow. the latest polls have him trailing his opponent, congressman jack kingston, by double digits. we'll talk about the campaign and what is ahead for the july 22nd runoff. we're joined tonight by georgia republican senate candidate, david purdue. david, great to have you with us. and i guess -- 50 stops tomorrow? you're a tough, energetic fella. >> well, that's over the next several days, lou. but -- thank you for having me. >> so why are you putting so much energy into the bus tour? is that what you think is obviously your best use of time right now? >> well, we did this in the primary. the last seven or eight days of the primary, we did the same thing. we went all around georgia, met with people and listened and talked to them. in this runoff, we're also trying to get the vote out, honestly. we're trying to g
panicking when they heard the confederates were out at the gate. they then marched up georgia avenue. they went new the smithsonian. they got out here in the mid afternoon on july 11 and they took part in the fighting that happened. that fighting went into the night. after that, early held a council of war out in silver spring which is a couple of miles from here at the blair -- at the mansionof -- it is a called the silver spring. it was the blair mansion. they were a very prominent family. they were out of town. they had gone fishing in pennsylvania. early held a council of war that night with his generals. john breckenridge was the former vice president of the united states with james buchanan. he was a confederate general. he was in that house before and knew where the wine cellar was so he and his men drank up the wine. they decided the next morning that they would come here bright and early and decide whether or not to attack. they did that. this time, early could say the he didorps was here so not invade. there was more fighting. there was a skirmishing, artillery exchanges. m
of georgia avenue a testament. derrick ward, news4. >>> if you're driving one d.c. the district has activated five new speed cameras. if you're caught speeding it could cost you up to 300 bucks. these new crams are set up in southeast and the speed limits range from 25 to 30 miles per hour. >>> tonight storm team 4 is keeping a close eye on the skies. most of us have seen nothing but sun but it hasn't been dry for everyone. steam 4 meteorologist amelia segal is here with "first look". >> i'm tracking isolated activity. small compact cells one of those just to the west of luray. this activity down around luray will hold together as it makes its way through shenandoah county. then after that it will have difficulty staying together. those in fauquier county the cell will die out. most of us, 99% of us will have a dry evening. you can see just bringing in an isolated cell in southern maryland. outdoor dining plans, weather cooperating. tomorrow there's the chance of an afternoon thunderstorm. otherwise hot and humid so the weather having low to moderate impact. i'll have the timing and how warm
and that his 700-mile drive from georgia to delaware to work was unreasonable. the suit says roper fell asleep behind the wheel before the ju june 7th wreck. morgan an group returning from a performance in delaware when the crash happened. wal*mart released this statement saying "we are deeply sorry that one of our trucks was involved. as we've said we are cooperating fully in the on hey going investigation. we know it will take some time to resolve all of the remaining issues as a result of the accident but we're committeed to the right thing for all involved. meanwhile the wal*mart driver claimed for the crash pleaded not guilty to death by auto and death -- death by auto assault charges. >> thank you dave. and developing to night, the united nations is calling for cease fire in the conflict between the israels and palestinians. all 15 members of the security council have approved a statement officially asking for an end to the escalating violence. and it wants leaders to find a way to restore peace. meantime, israeli leaders are calling for full force efforts to end the rocket attacks from
at this hour, we're live in prince georgia county where firefighters are on the scene of a townhouse fire. the two alarmed fires started in the 13,000 block of green ville place. we'll told the fire has been put out at this time. everybody has been ordered out of their homes because the roof partially collapsed and the building deemed unstable. no word yet what caused this fire. >>> we have some metro fires, -- it was not a happy saturday for orange and blue line riders, especially those here. the six-car train got stopped at the foggy bottom station. the doors didn't open, so most of the passengers on board had to wait for about 30 minutes until metro employees went car by car to manually open doors. however, some passengers just jammed doors themselves and self exited. >> we were sitting at the station for 30 minutes and it looks like a lot of people wanted to come in, and a lot of people obviously inside the train wanted to get out. >> it's been basically like, two hours trying to get here, it is really frustrating. like essentially i will lose my job because of this and, i don't know.
pemberton. grew up in columbus, georgia. he was a pharmacist. he was down on his luck. he had suffered a series of during the civil war, and he had stomach ailments and pains, and he starts taking morphine to deal with these problems. todually, he became addicted morphine. around the 1880's, he became interested in this new drug that became very popular, cocaine. it may sound strange now, but he was thinking, "wouldn't it be cool if this new drug could help me maybe get off this morphine addiction?" though coke would hate this to be the story of its origination, he copied this drink that was very popular in france at the time called zin mariani. people loved this drink because of his basically bordeaux wine mixed with cocaine. it was cocaine-laced wine. sigmund freud was drinking and in the 1870's. pope leo xiii was drinking in the 1870's. ulysses s. grant was drinking it. --pemberton creates is creates this drink that is actually a wine laced with cocaine. originally, you think coke is actually discuss -- actually this cocaine-laced wine. the problem was prohibition in the south is ta
" website we have about a half-hour left with miss smith of the beckett fund. go to sun sarah from georgia on the line for democrats. good morning. caller: hi. questions. of in the supreme court finding is language stating that onby lobby's objections to tray exception -- contraception is the only one that they found valid or is it kind of no one has brought up any other transfusions or vaccinations and we'll cross that bridge when we come to it? words are they holding contraception as the only valid objection? question is, in politifact they verified hobby lobby provided the four ofective forms contraceptions prior to this lawsuit and only dropped them in order to get a standing in the lawsuit. their religious objections were very, very recent. guest: well, on the first question, yes, the ruling by the supreme court was a limited one was just anat this exemption from the contraception mandate. thet only involved contraception at issue here. it didn't involve all of those other claims regarding blood transfusions and vaccinations and other things that were addressed in the dissent and that
to hide in his basement or "he might disappear." then the case of cooper harris, the toddler in georgia left to die in a hot car. his dad, justin ross harris, claiming he forgot he was in the car. we also have new disturbing details on types of child-free websites searched by harris and it will shock owe what we've found. sad news, the number of parents leaving children in the car is all too common. governments are taking action, changing laws to try to make these deaths stop. has it been this bad all along, or are we just paying more attention now? all that coming up in the "cnn newsroom." >>> but first before that, developments on a couple of fronts. one of our nation's southern border, another half world away. a lot of people in the u.s. illegally are about to be sent back to their home countries. we've got details on the deportations about to begin. how many people, where they're from, and what is washington doing to try and fix an immigration system that most agree is busted. >>> also today -- we are live from gaza where the united nations is telling both israel and palestinians to
, and there were two other ports that received the same award. the georgia ports authority and the port of saint john in the caribbean. so, we're very pleased by that distinction. we also were awarded an award of excellence for visual only presentation, and that related specifically to the banners and to the pylons. the award look pretty similar. but we're nonetheless very pleased by them. and that puts us in the running to be considered for one of the top three awards which will be given out at the annual convention later this fall. so, i want to again thank everyone that was a huge team effort at the port from the commission on down, to making our 150th celebration such a success. all of our tenants, our neighbors and our partners really contributed and we're pleased to have that recognized nationally in the form of these awards. and my thanks to rene martin and jerry and others for submitting the nomination and winning. so, kudos for that. >> also just a little side note. wasn't the artwork done internally by our very own staff? >> yes, it was, yea. though banners are in hot supply, lock them
. commissioner kerik, from columbus, georgia, on our let's hear from our callers. commissioner kerik, from columbus, georgia, on our democrats line. caller: i am calling because i feel like once the person is put into prison, and they do their time, they are convicted the rest of their life for their crimes. i feel like that is double jeopardy. they should be able to get a job and get back into society and be able to work and take care of their families. once they do their time, they are still a convicted felon the rest of their life and it is hard for them to get a job. i feel like what you're saying is true. host: thank you. let's get a response. guest: there is -- i agree totally with what you just said. here is the problem. you never finish paying your debt to society. we, as american people, the press, congress, the people that make these laws, they will stand before an audience and talk about how a person has to be held accountable and pay their debt to society. nce and talk about how a person has to be held accountable and pay their debt to society. at what point does that that --de
, the toddler in georgia left to die in a hot car. his dad, justin ross harris, claiming he forgot he was in the car. we also have new disturbing details on types of child-free
. >> the argument is still on. the parade and flags remain. tim friend, al jazeera, belfast. >> activists in georgia are calling for changes for the country's drug laws. at the moment those convicted of possessing cannabis face up to 14 years in prison which is almost as long as a murder sentence. as we have reports from tiblisi, they're working towards decriminalization. >> it's a party atmosphere for a serious protest. organizers say that they're sick of being criminalized just for wanting to get high. outside the prime minister's office urine samples pile up to protest the hundreds of random tests that police carry out each week. >> this is our right, and government does not have the right to put their hands in our bodies, taking our urine for testing without our consent. >> reporter: fines net the authorities an estimated $4 million a year. and there is no distinction between soft and hard drugs. waiting to be sentenced for marijuana possession. he faces up to 14 years in prison. >> marijuana users are created as criminals. they're jailed or forced to payee another must fines, which makes life s
. this is the brunswick, georgia, train station where they stopped and were almost discovered by reporters. the station manager came up to them and said there are reporters here and they know who you are. henry davison went for a walk with the station manager. no one says what he did say. did he give the manager money to pay the reporters off? did he tell them they were there on a romantic jaunt or what? i have no idea. the reporters went away and they were not discovered. where they were going was jekyll island. what a fantastic name for a place for a secret meeting. it was a hunting resort owned by a number of prominent families including the morgans and rockefellers. here the place they went, the jekyll island club, which was really for hunting during the season. it was a hunting club, but they had riding and all kinds of activities. they encouraged the women in the families to come ride, hunt, and fish. that was a little unusual for that time. they were there for seven to 10 days. i have never been able to determine that exactly. they took their meals in the jekyll island dining room. frank goes on
police in georgia say they're re-examining the heroin overdose death of another man who used to date tichelman. >> both subjects in these cases died of heroin overdoses. so there's just several factors that we want to look at to make sure that we didn't miss anything. >> with a welcome to you, i'd like to hear the latest on the investigation into the california case and also a connection to a reexamination of the case in georgia. what do you know of that? >> so far, she is in custody. she's in jail. and she's refused media requests, understandably. the attention has, like you just said, been focused on a case that happened two months earlier than this case that happened in santa cruz involving the google executive in which an ex-boyfriend died of a heroin overdose in her presence. and because of that, police are taking another look at the case. because of the general similarities to the case here in the bay area. >> okay, the police say she's glacially cold. >> they're saying that based on surveillance video they were able to obtain from the night of mr. hayes' death, that is the goo
and the 70s, i worked at a place called the institute of the black world in atlanta, georgia, first as a work study student and then a full-time employee. it was there that i learned the fundamentals skills of production and editing. i even was toss to run and offset printing press. i-man edge a direct mail campaign. in 1980 i attended the inaugural class of howard university book publishing. that program only last half-dozen years, that any college and university administrators, historically black colleges listening to this broadcast i encourage you and even feed to you to consider that the skills of publishing need to be solidly inc. in all of our schools. one of the best things that happened in that time that i was in school in the 70s, where the sounding of independent radio stations. we have a generation of people who found careers in me as a consequence and we served the community and it was a way for students in the community to interact. we need to revive that, extend that to publishing, howard university press i understand is not active any more. we need to bring that back in every s
drug policy in georgia as far as they're concerned is not working. >> reporter: al jazeera, tblisi. >> well, cue to the countdown before germany faces off against argentina for the world cup championship. arriving for the match signing autographs and taking pictures with highly anticipating and waiting fans. the world cup organizing body fifa is having to deal with a ticket scandal. the ticket agency is on the run accused of running a racket to help resell tickets for the tournament. we have the story. >> reporter: the copa cabana palace looks like a crime scene, and apparently it is. this security camera footage shows ray wheelen, the director of world cup hospitality tickets, leaving through the hotel service entrance just as police went in to rearrest him. >> he left an hour ago, and he's considered a fugitive at the moment. the arrest warrant has been issued. he's considered a fugitive. >> reporter: wheelen, who was first arrested on monday but police is accused of being the main source of world cup tickets being sold to an algerian national who ran a reticket reselling scene w
police she gave heroin to her boyfriend last year in georgia before he overdosed. tickleman's ex-boyfriend, 53-year-old dean riotel died last year at home. tickleman told 911 operatesors, the overdose was accidental. but one of riotel's friends is suspicious. >> dean would never do that. put two and two together, you get four. i think absolutely she had something to do with it like i said, dean would never go down that road. >> two weeks before riotel's death, tickleman was arrested for biting him during an argument. tickleman has not been charged with riotel's death, but is facing a felony manslaughter charge, after police say she injected google executive forest hayes with heroin and left him to die on his yacht last year in santa cruz. the case has shed light on the booming sex trade in silicon valley. sex trade workers say they've benefitted from an influx of tech clientele who have a lot of money to burn. tiffany wilson has the story. >> unable to find a job in 2009 joe lien parton turned to dancing at the lusty lady. >> what i heard from the dancers working before the reces
, georgia. is there a secret manual hash from a social secretary to another? do you figure it out on your own? >> do not tell him. [laughter] >> there is not a written manual. we have a tradition that, when a new secretary comes in, the outgoing social secretary host a lunch and we talk trash. [laughter] we don't remember anything because we have line. -- we have wine. the thing that you know is that, it does not matter if you are a republican or democrat. most situations are the same. that is what binds us together. yes, there is a small written book. the incoming secretary meets with the outgoing secretary. part of it is that it is a sorority now, with a male being part of our sorority. he is part of our sorority. he can feel free to pick up the phone and ask anybody a question. you are not going to read it in the newspaper. it is just that kind of professional wonderful , relationship. >> i was lucky enough when i was social secretary, we were on the phone and e-mailing 20 times a day. she is always so wonderful to say that the obama's may do it this way or that you could do it this wa
by double digits in georgia. businessman and now candidate, david purdue tells us how he will close the gap and become the republican senate nominee. many of my patients still clean their dentures with toothpaste. but they have to use special care in keeping the denture clean. dentures are very different to real teeth. they're about 10 times softer and may have surface pores where bacteria can multiply. polident is designed to clean dentures daily. its unique micro-clean formula kills 99.99% of odor causing bacteria and helps dissolve stains, cleaning in a better way than brushing with toothpaste. that's why i recommend using polident. [ male announcer ] polident. cleaner, fresher, brighter every day. >>> my next guest launching a statewide bus tour tomorrow. the latest polls have him trailing his opponent, congressman jack kingston, by double digits. we'll talk about the campaign and what is ahead for the july 22nd runoff. we're joined tonight by georgia republican senate candidate, david purdue. david, great to have you with us. and i guess -- 50 stops tomorrow? you're a tough, energetic
in georgia to work in delaware was unreasonable. kevin roper allegedly fell asleep at the wheel when his rig slammed into morgan's limo van killing his longtime friend james mcnair, and morgan is currently undergoing rehabilitation for his injuries. >>> and a frightening scene at a popular water park in michigan. 27 people had to be hospitalized after a chlorine leak at michigan's adventure. the biggest amusement park in the state north of grand rapids in muskegon. now, some people had to be hosed down by hazmat teams on the scene. >>> and sad news from the world of music. tommy ramone, the last surviving original member of the ramones has lost his battle with cancer. tommy ramone's high energy drum work helped catapult the ramones into the underground punk movement of the '70s and they were famous for songs like "i want to be sedated" were inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2002. and tommy ramone died in his home in new york. he was 62. >>> and take a look at this. a small plane makes a crash landing right in the backyard of a home in greenwood, indiana, right near a swimming p
-- being investigated in two overdose deaths. one in santa cruz -- the other in georgia. kron 4's maureen kelly has new information about the suspect's affluent background. earlier this week, we brought she calls herself of hustler a model an exotic dancer she's been called a heist high-priced hooker. the front door shows the damage from when they executed a search warrant there. the lawmen not facing a manslaughter charge in the death of a tent executive she is the daughter of a new art temperament the ceo of samisen. they use the back room again sir when asking for bail to be set at 1.5 million. her parents are wealthy they say that she continues to and gauge and dangerous drug use. right now she's facing a manslaughter charge after allegedly shooting at him up with a fatal dose of heroin on his yacht and then stepping over his lifeless body as she covered up protracts the left the scene without calling nine will a. it is not very open offer previous boyfriend. vine, a friend of tichelman's previous boyfriend, dean riopelle, who died of a heroin overdose. c-n-n asked vine. if he thinks
. >>> the online payment site pay palisade that it'll give refunds to people who donated to a georgia family choose child died in a hot car. the father was arrested. prosecutors say that ross harris left his son in an suv for seven hours after forgetting to drop him off at daycare. police believe that harris was sextifg a 17-year-old while his son died in that hot car. >>> tracy morgan is suing wal- mart over last month's crash in new jersey that seriously injured him and killed another person. the lawsuit claims that wal- mart's driver was negligent when one of its trucks crashed in to morgan's bus the star suffered a broken leg and ribs in the crash. his friend james mcnair was killed. >> homeowners in san mateo are being warned to watch out for mountain lions after another sighting. the mercury news reports one was spotted around 7:30 yesterday morning on lexington avenue. it's the third time this month that it's within been spotted. they have been seen near backyard on fernwood street and on queen's lane. officials don't know if it's the same animal that continues to get spotted. >>> the brazi
revealing disturbing details about how the georgia man accused of killing his son in a hot car, his interactions online, but his neighbors are painting a very different picture of this man. we'll have two neighbors join us, live, next. making sure you pay the right price for a new car just got a whole lot easier. introducing the kelley blue book price advisor. the powerful tool that shows you what should pay. it gives you a fair purchase price that's based on what others recently for the same car and kelley blue book's trusted pricing expertise. it all adds up to the confidence that you'll get a great deal. that's just another way kbb.com helps you make a smart new car decision. >>> as more disturbing details are revealed about the father of the georgia toddler who died in a hot car, paypal says it will give refunds to everyone who doan aifted to a fund-raiser for thr family whether they asked for one or not. the site that hosted the campaign has now taken it down. justin ross harris is charged with murder in death of his 22-month-old son cooper, now authorities are slowly revealing
. an atlanta police station reports alex tickleman said she gave heroin to her boyfriend last year in georgia before he overdosed. her ex-boyfriend, 53-year-old man, died last year at his home. she told the 911 operators the overdose was accidental but one of his friends said he's suspicious. >> he would never, ever do that. put two and two together, you get four. i think absolutely that she definitely had something to do with it because, like i said, dean would never go down that road. >> two weeks before his death, the girl friend was arrested for biting him during an argument. she has not been charged in the death but she's facing felony manslaughter charges after she investigated google executive forest hayes with heroin and left him to die on his yacht last september in santa cruz. >> this has also shed light on a booming sex trade in silicon valley. tech workers say they have benefited from clientele who have a lot of money to burn. tiffany will con has the story. >> reporter: unable to find a job in 2009, she turned to dancing it lefty lead. -- lady. >> what i heard from the dancers wo
, that is a violation of new jersey law. they call the commute from georgia to delaware unreasonable and the driver survived and is facing charges, wal-mart has not commented on the suit. an autopsy failed to show what caused the death of the boyfriend of a glee cast member, bendick was the boyfriend of becca tobin. >> he was in the town on business i'm not sure what. >> "action news" learns that bendick owned nights clubs around the country and they are checking his credit card receipts and checking surveillance to retrace his steps, there are no signs of foul play or drug use or that he committed suicide. the medscal examiner is doing more tests on his body. >>> two new jersey lawmakers are looking to cap the money that public workers can take when they retire after not using sick days. steefr sweeney is capping the amount to $15,000, in 2010, governor chris christie vetoed a similar bill. >>> the candidate for governor toured the plants yesterday. he discuss sd his made in pennsylvania manufacturing plan. chandler bats makes hundreds of models of baseball bats for professional players, minor lea
in large numbers to make their points. and the current drug policy in georgia as far as they're concerned is not working. >> al jazeera tblisi. >> okay, go a little bit west in europe, you come to one country that is on tentative hooks, i wonder what it is. people of united germany prepare for the world cup final. america mobile app, available for your apple and android mobile device. download it now >> here for sport. >> i'm on trend, david. england's criti cricket team has made inpass towards india. the pair put on a total of 198 for the final with wicket as india fought back at the end of the match. blend all out 157 for the first inning lead of 59 runs. india has just started their second inning. >>> lebron james has announced he's heading back to the cleveland cavaliers a as a free agent. the 29-year-old spend four years with the miami heat winning two nba championships. >> lebron james is coming home. the nba's most valuable player is returning to the cavaliers after four years with the middle east heat. the 29-year-old posted this picture on instagram and told "sports illustrated,"
station reports show gave heroin to her boyfriend last year in georgia before he overdosed. her ex-boyfriend, 53-year-old man, died last year at his home. she told the 911 operators the overdose was accidental but one of his friends said he's suspicious. >> he would never, ever do that. put two and two together, you get four. i think absolutely that she definitely had something to do with it because, like i said, dean would never go down that road. >> two weeks after his death, the lead was arrested for biting him during an argument. she has not been charged in the death but she's facing felony manslaughter charges after she investigated google executive forest hayes with hair oh win and left him to die on his yacht last september in santa cruz. >>> and there's a booming sex trade in silicon valley. tech workers say they have benefited from clientele who have a lot of money to burn. >> unable to find a job in 2009, she turned to dancing it lefty lead. >> what i heard from the dancers working before the recession it was absolutely insane how little money we were making because the t
migration of a lot of african-americans from the north to the south into states like georgia and north carolina making them more african-american and you also have the situation where mitt romney and john mccain each got north of 86% of the white vote throughout the south and barack obama got 90% of the black vote so you have the mirrors where the white vote is becoming very republican and the black vote is very democratic so the route to suppression of the vote is simple. you simply look at the way african-americans and minorities vote and you shut that down. you look at the way younger people who tend to vote democratic vote and you shut that down. it's very simple. you don't have to say overtly you're doing it on the basis of race but the result is the same. >> we'll keep talking about this. there is more i want to get to. we'll be back to tackle those questions right after this. ♪ during the cadillac summer's best event, lease this 2014 ats for around $299 a month and make this the summer of style. ♪ we're changing the way we do business, with startup ny. we've created tax free
in california and the re-examination of the case in georgia. are they trying to link them together in some way? it appears there is common characteristics of both. police in california and georgia have tried to determine if she has somehow been involved in potentially the murder of both men. >> okay. what have you learned about her past and her family situation? >> well, we don't know much about her family situation. but we do know a lot about her because she left this massive social media trail. she had multiple facebook accounts where she posted things about her drug use. also on twitter. they described heroin as leaving her emotionless and bringing her into a black hole. she also apparently suffered from pretty severe body image issues. she wrote poems about comparing her thinness to purity and posted photos of kate moss, who was famous for popularizing the heroin chic look back in the '90s. yeah. she seems to be a very troubled person. >> she's also got a makeup tutorial. >> they are pretty popular. alex was into modeling and into makeup. she wears very dramatic eye makeup. so she, i guess
hours and his 700-mile commute from his home in georgia to work in delaware was unreasonable. kevin roper allegedly fell asleep at the wheel when his rig slammed into morgan's limo killing his longtime friend james mcnair and morgan is currently undergoing rehabilitation for his injuries. >>> frightening seen at a popular water park in michigan. 27 hospitalized as a chlorine leak at michigan's adventuradve. now, some people had to be hosed down by hazmat teams on the scene. and sad news from the world of music. tommy ramone, the last surviving member of the ramones loss his battle with cancer much he helped catapult them into underground punk movement of the '70s like "i want to be sedated" were inducted into the rock 'n' ro rock and roll hall of fame in 2002. he was 62. >>> take a look at this. a small plane makes a crash landing right in the backyard of a home i greenwood, indiana right near a swimming pool. one witness says the plane kriped a nearby house before crashing and catching fire. the pilot on board was killed. two others were injured. the crash is being investigated. >>
>>> the air is thick with marijuana smoke in georgia, where users demand police stop random drug tests. >>> and in sport. at least they'll cheer on sunday - germany perhaps for the world cup final. >>> the world cup end on sunday in a final that does not include the hosts. now that the party is almost over brazilians will ask whether it was worse the billions that it cost. the governor spoke to the president. >> i believe brazil exceeded itself in the organization of the world cup, and i think we should get the maximum grades and i'll tell you why. first there was a lot of news. we not only exceeded points like guaranteeing the stadium were ready, airports were functioning, security was firm in terms of protecting the teams and heads of states, but we overcame a campaign against the world cup in brazil. >> everyone would agree with you that the organization would be superb. a lot said it would be one of the best world cups in a long time. it came as a price $4 billion in stadiums, $8 billion on infrastructure. was it worth it or not in the end? >> translation: i want to tell you that t
, we will still see some more showers across parts of the southeast. especially georgia florida area. another 2 to 3 inches unfortunately falling across parts of nebraska and into iowa. all right, guys. send it back to you. >> thanks a million, rick. >> it's survival of the fittest. humans vs. apes. >> you have to go. go. >> where? >> >> i'm sorry, my friend war has begun. >> well, dawn of the planet of the apes hit theaters yesterday and absolutely dominated the box office. here with more on that is our fox light michael tamara. >> good morning, how are you? >> it's so hard to take a franchise planet of the apes. they did that in 2011 rise of the planet apes very successfully. harder to follow up with a sequel and make it better. they have done it with this one. so far best reviewed movie of 2014. that has rotten tomato score. exceeding the first movie in terms of ticket sales back in 2011. this is going to be a huge, huge movie. fox is looking at a 5 to 65-million-dollar weekend with this. 10 years after the first. global pandemic wiped out humanity. doing fine living in san franci
-- in these ports. martin can tell you. governor haley can tell you. the state of georgia can tell you. port of savannah, it accommodates 278,000 jobs in that state. i forget the number in maryland, but it's gigantic. and yet we are diddling. you are doing all you can. you are attracting investments. the federal government is sitting on its hands because they can't get the so-called worker fell through and they finally got to overtime to figure out how to allocate those funds. i walked with governor quinn along the mississippi river, talking about the critical connection between rail lines, highways and waterways. and i sat with governor cuomo in albany as you laid out a remarkable upgrade in new york's power grid, bridges, tunnels that are being rebuilt in the wake of say in the. but being rebuilt to a higher standard, not being rebuilt to the status quo, to a higher standard. going beyond fundamentally rethink and reinvent the states infrastructure in the 21st century. one of the primary responsibilities of the federal government regard to infrastructure is to provide the seed money for th
the great state of georgia bea l allowed to join us. without objection, so ordered. tonight we will hear from a representative sample of the hundreds ever whistle blowers who have contacted our committee seeking to change the va to improve patient safety and better serve veterans who have served our great nation. we will also hear from the office of special counsel regarding its work protecting whistle blowers and the vital information they provide. representatives of va will also be hear to answer for the department's reprisals against whistle blowers and its continuing failure to protect employee rights to report waste, fraud, abuse and mismanagement to the inspector general, to the counsel, to congress, and to this committee. it's important to emphasize that the national scandal regarding data manipulation of appointment scheduling did not spring forward out of thin air at the department of veterans affairs. deceptive performance measures that serve as window dressing for automatic bonuses have been part of the organizational sest pool for many years. the focus instead of being on vet
that this is the future. >> thank you, i appreciate that. >> chair, thanks, gentle lady recognizes the doctor from georgia. five minutes for questions. >> thank you, mr. chairman. and thank you dr. woodcock for appearing, did good to see you as always. i understand that a number of calendars that have contributed to the cost of clinical trials are are outside of the fda's purview. that being said, clinical trials are used to generate evidence to get approval from the fda, how often do you typically talk to the companies, to discuss their trial design before the investigation of a new drug application is submitted? >> well, we have agreements that prescription drug user fee program. say they are testing in a disease that does not have treatment. companies can come in and have a preimd meade i preimd meeting. that meeting is before the clinical trials, and we talk about the development program so they can start thinking about how that is going to be done. >> we do have information, preliminary, butting looking at our information, it seems that companies that have more interactions with the fda, are able to
and u.s. department of justice legal advisors have worked together to build rule of law in georgia and moldova. and to enhance similar efforts on a global scale, the u.s. department of justice is providing capacity-building assistance to help our partners build fair and transparent justice systems that will allow their countries to confront transnational crime and terrorism, including the problem of foreign fighters. applying the standards of the un counterterrorism treaties, and the best practices of the rabat memorandum, our capacity-building work, and that of our foreign partners, has helped advance laws permitting police and prosecutors to more effectively investigate and prosecute suspected foreign fighters, within the rule of law -- leading to the disruption of foreign fighters and the dismantlement of organizations that recruit would-be fighters to travel to syria. through ongoing programs in places such as the balkans, africa, and elsewhere, we continue to work with international partners to help them stem the flows of foreign fighters-- to use the tools they have to more e
and to overdose deaths. one in santa cruz and the other in georgia. new information about the suspect after >> : pasquale's results of hostler model makeup artist exotic dancer. called off high-priced hooker but she comes from a high class background. this called her parents and california the front door shows damage from when the police executed a search warrant their above that sign asking media to respect their privacy. women now facing a manslaughter charge in the death of attack executive the daughter of another bart to commend as ceo please use the suspect when asking for her bill to be set at 1.5 million. dual citizenship with canada the parents are what the group also says to continue to engage with other individuals since the homicide occurred. manslaughter charge in the fortes staff after allegedly shooting him up with a fatal dose of heroin while on board this yacht. stepping over the lifeless body wall sipping wine all the cover up the track some of the scene without calling 911. new heroin overdose case be reopened as one of a previous boyfriend in that case she did call 911. >
'll continue public comment. >> i'm georgia i'm here about the mandatory dr i don't know if that makes a difference by the sign ways up about the 311 report i mean we've not talked about nothing else i'm not here necessarily about the public dr i'm here about the mandatory dr i don't know if that makes a difference and the regard to the change of the facade why wouldn't we get it earlier before a couple of hours so thank you. >> okay. let's continue public comment but keep our comments to the matter. >> commissioners i don't want to wait our time i understand this is a legal issue i'm one of the people who left three children behind and the fact that the pvrn didn't post and it's not inadequately perpetrate his packets i don't know if you'll hear it my husband spent the time and we are here to voice our opposition to the project and we hope you'll consider that at a later time. >> thank you he. >> next speaker. >> i'm meredith i have a point of clarification i want to ask in regards to a mandatory dr i believe it is in reference to the demolition that's not in the request today.
in athens, georgia. officials say both departments are highly secured and nobody was at risk. >> i was stunned and appalled this could have happened and there could have been this del >> this comes as six vials of smallpox virus were found at this storage facility at national institutes of health in bethesda. tests revealed some of the virus was alive even though it could have been stored there in the 1950s. just last month the cdc reported lab workers may have been exposed to live anthrax because of sloppy procedures. for now dr. freeden has pped a point person, dr. michael bell, to oversee laboratory safety. >> this is a symptom. it's not the little mistake that we're concerned about in this instance. we're concerned about what is the framework that everyone is using and that framework includes rapid reporting. it includes an understanding of the chain of communication and who you tell when. >> the big question still is what is the cdc doing to prevent this from happening again? cbs news reports they don't even know if there are other dangerous pathogens somehow misplaced in the
that went to a secure lab in athens, georgia. the c.d.c. says both facilities were highly secure and nobody was ever at risk. frieden says the mistake was discovered in late may, but he was only told about it this week. can you take me back to the moment when you found out about h5-n1? >> i remember it vividly. i was sitting at my desk in the washington office, and i was stunned and appalled this could have happened and there could have been this type of delay in notification. >> reporter: this comes after 60-year-old vials of smallpox virus were found in a cardboard box in this n.i.h. building in maryland. some of the virus is alive, tests showed today. last month, lab workers may have been exposed to anthrax after sloppy procedures at a c.d.c. facility. >> certainly, it's a wake-up call. we need and will improve systems at the c.d.c. >> reporter: the two c.d.c. labs involved in the mistakes closed temporarily, and frieden declared an agency-wide moratorium on transfer of material between its high- security labs. how can you assure the country the c.d.c. is doing its job here? st i can und
, georgia on our democrats line. >> caller: i am calling because i feel like once a person is put into prison and they do their time like you said they are convicted the rest of their life for crime and i feel like that is double jeopardy. they should be able to get a job and get back into society and be able to work and take care of their families. but once they do their time they are still a convicted felon for the rest of their life and if is hard to get a job. i feel like what you are saying true. >> host: thank you, queeny. let's get a response. >> guest: i agree totally with what you said. here is the problem: you never finish paying your debt to society. we as the american people, the press, congress, the people that make these laws they will stand before an audience and talk about a person has to be held accountable and pay their debt to society and at what point does the debt end? it never ends. you pay that debt forever. for the rest of your life. there is no cut off point where somebody says okay, you now have been made whole. you did your prison time. your did your pr
else to me i is unfathomable. >> : please looking closely at alex's background of stories in georgia reopen the case there involving her former boyfriend dean who died coincidentally also from a heroin overdose. we picked up 911 tapes after she found him on the floor >> : are you with a picture now? yes. how old is he? he is 53. and is he like?. his eyes are open but now he is not awake. as a breathing?. yes on what you think it's an overdose?. because that is there's nothing else could be. accidental or intentional? accidental >> : original understanding the boyfriend had been shooting heroin suffered a heart attack and then later died. the friends now learning about the eerie similarities between their friend's death and the killing of the global executive and santa cruz. the top with a man not stunned by the news >> : team at the lead singer of the georgia based band called the incident sea snakes. he died last summer of heroin overdose. dean and made says a dean and never touched drugs in his life and blames alex for his death. >> : in no way shape or for any kind of user of hero
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